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Matt Trueman looks at the rise of the playwriting competition and whether we are losing something by focusing on prizes
Bruntwood prize-winner Vivienne Franzmann updates the 'barren woman' trope for the 21st century with this new work exploring the hidden costs of surrogacy
Lee Lyford directs this new version of Hans Christian Andersen's classic tale
With the Bruntwood Prize announced tomorrow, Matt Trueman asks how beneficial playwriting compeitions really are
The £40,000 prize will be judged by a panel chaired by Nicholas Hytner
A mixed bag with some pieces proving to be more successful than others.
Next year marks the tenth anniversary of the playwriting competition
Vivienne Franzmann's new play is a searing account of two sisters in a desperate situation
Pests may be grim, but it's also raw and gut wrenching, says Elise Gallagher
Rock stars and footballers will be in the spotlight of Vicky Featherstone's newly announced season